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How Do I Navigate a Divorce After 50?

It should come as no surprise that close to half of all marriages in this country end in divorce. While New Jersey actually has one of the lowest divorce rates when compared to other states, the divorce rate for couples over the age of 50 has been rising steadily in…

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Should I Consider Getting a Prenuptial Agreement?

Couples who are entering into a marriage often hesitate to broach the subject of a prenuptial agreement because they do not want to consider the possibility that their marriage may not work out. While a prenup may not be necessary for all couples, it is something that one or both…

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Time to Apply for Release from Megan’s Law Registration and Community Supervision/Parole Supervision for Life?

By Eric Marcy, Esq. Megan’s Law has now been in effect since 1994. While the foremost purpose of Megan’s Law is the protection of the community, the legislature provided a mechanism for those subject to the law to seek relief from the court of the very onerous conditions that Megan’s…

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What Do I Do If I Suspect My Spouse Abusing My Child?

Abuse is a difficult subject to talk about, especially when it involves a child. Unfortunately, child abuse is more common than parents may realize. One out of every four girls and one in six boys will experience abuse before they turn 18. In nine out of ten cases, the victim…

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Time to Get Off of Megan’s Law – When Megan’s Law Notification and Parole Supervision for Life Becomes Counterproductive to Rehabilitation

By Eric Marcy, Esq. Any person who is subject to the notification requirements of Megan’s Law and is subject to Parole Supervision for Life and/or Community Supervision for Life can tell you how difficult life becomes. It prevents or makes it very difficult to obtain employment or to obtain good…

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YOU MAY DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING, BUT POSTING ON SOCIAL MEDIA MAY BE EXHIBIT A IN COURT

By Eric Marcy, Esq. There are no secrets on the internet. Today, people willingly post the most personal and sometimes embarrassing information about themselves, their families, their friends, and believe it or not, even their co-conspirators.   If the Government was involved in investigating and compiling the detailed information that people…

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